Join us Tuesday, July 11th for a special MEMBERS ONLY luncheon! It’s a new year for NAWBO, and we want to make sure that our vision going forward includes your voice, your concerns, your needs, and reflects your goals.
This is an opportunity for you to share with your board and sister members what you need to grow your business–give your input on the events, programming, and policies that shape your NAWBO experience.
We’ll also induct the 2017-2019 board members, share the strategic plan, upcoming events on the books, and a few initiatives to increase the value you get out of your NAWBO Memphis membership such as the “Member Spotlight” and “Member Match.”
Tuesday, July 11th
11:30 am to 1:00 pm
About Gwendolyn Tucker
Gwendolyn J. Tucker serves as lead consultant in the areas of: Leadership Development, Diversity & Inclusion, and Performance Management.
Gwendolyn’s education and experience has positioned her to work alongside her husband in the company he founded in 2002. Together, they get the opportunity to do what they were born to do. She is a trusted advisor to leaders and created Leader Who Leads to equip leaders, aiding their growth and development. She is an avid writer and has published posts such as: Ill-Equipped Leaders, Managing & Measuring Work, Lead With Style and Leadership & Listening.
Gwendolyn facilitates solutions to maximize individual, team and organizational performance. Prior to joining RIX International, she held successive roles in Fortune 500 companies for more than twenty-five years. She has experience as an Accountant and Internal Auditor, earning her designation as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the state of Ohio. She maintained her certification until 2002, when she elected to broaden her skill sets by pursuing roles in a variety of functional areas such as: Customer Service, Information Technology, Change Management, People Development and Training.
Gwendolyn has experience in Human Resources with a concentration in Diversity, Inclusion and Sensitivity Training. She is a skilled facilitator and created the Diversity At Work Series.
As Co-chair of the Chairman’s Diversity Council for a Global corporation, she was recognized for her contribution in developing and implementing diversity initiatives within the organization. She was a key contributor in implementing diversity recommendations within a division with over 9,000 employees. During her career she has been responsible for leading and managing others, and believes beyond doubt that people are our most valuable untapped resource.
Gwendolyn is actively involved in her community and is the incoming 2017-2019 President of NAWBO Memphis. She and her husband reside in the Greater Memphis Area.
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